Project 5 results
MMW feedback from game testing, Project 5
15 unique testers participated in MMW project 5
8 MMW testers said they would like it in mightier
4 MMW testers said No they would not like it
3 MMW testers did not allow their kids to play due to violence
Of the 12 MMW testers who played Dungeon Monsters, 6 MMW testers said they got frustrated at the game
For Tiki Taka Soccer
5 MMW testers said they would like to see it in mightier
8 MMW testers said No they would not like it included in Mightier.
2 MMW testers gave N/A answers.
Of the 13 MMW testers who played the game, 7 MMW testers said they got frustrated at times.
For Hordes of Enemies:
6 MMW testers said they would like it in mightier,
4 MMW testers said they would not like it
4 MMW testers said NA as they didn't play due to violence.
Of the 10 MMW testers who played Hordes of enemies, only 4 were ever frustrated at the game.
9 MMW testers said they wanted to see this on Mightier
4 MMW testers said they did not want to see this on Mightier
2 MMW testers were unable to test (it was IOS only)
Of the 13 MMW testers who played the game, 10 were frustrated at times by it
There were 3-4 families who did not like the violence in the games we tested, which is good feedback. The plan for these kinds of games it to restrict content to only those who are ok with their children playing these types of games. (possibly a survey filled out before children play Mightier, or a checkbox on the parental dash saying it's ok to show more mature/graphic content)
When asked what their favorite games were, here were the tallies:
Dungeon Monsters: 4
Hordes of Enemies: 3
Tiki Taka: 3
When asked about inhibitor designs:
we had some really creative answers, many suggested speeding up the attack rate of monsters and villains in Dungeon Monsters and Hordes of Enemies.
For Tiki Taka soccer, some really cool suggestions by Corinne Frank's son:
For the soccer game, the players don't get the ball or go where you want them to go, and they get fouls on themselves, and the goalie doesn't work. The other team has more players that start to appear (like lavalings).
We also got a healthy balance of feedback around the games on mightier being too hard, and the games being not hard enough. It seems that families with younger kids want a few games that are easier to play, and I'd suggest to those families that they try out the following games on our platform if they have not already:
Kitty in the Box
For families who want more challenging games or lots of content, I suggest the following:
You Must Build a Boat
Train Conductor World
I also suggest checking out our new game, Tumblestone! Released 3/6/19